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MAE MULLER SHARES “LEAVE IT OUT” REMIXES FEATURING CADENZA AND TSB

Emerging North London singer-songwriter Mae Muller has teamed up with Cadenza andTSB to release two remixes of her single “Leave It Out.” The already contagious original, produced by Future Cut [Rihanna, Dizzee Rascal, Lily Allen], is a heady mix of pop R&B, infused with a cool reggae vibe conveyed through her distinctive London vocals. These new reworks diversify this pop-tune by infusing afro swing rhythms and drum and bass sounds to create two club bangers.

Both tracks are available to buy and stream on all platforms HERE.

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Hailing from South London, TSB has worked with the likes of J Hus, Loski and Wretch 32 on some of the largest UK tracks of 2018. TSB has transformed this song by introducing an Afro swing rhythm, that will be sure to get our summer started early.

Cadenza, known for his collaborations with Sean Paul, Jorja Smith and Major Lazer, uses this track to fuse UK bass with the original reggae vibe of ‘Leave it out’, and is layered with various elements, and subtle drops, that compliment the lyrical journey of the song.

Mae’s unfolding sound is quickly becoming affiliated with female unity, a common theme heard throughout her music, her sound always showcasing her London roots. Mae explains “North London shaped me as a person and as an artist”.

Muller is still only 21, but she describes herself as a “late bloomer,” having only penned her first song, “Close,’ two years ago. Putting that song online, alongside short Rihanna and Frank Ocean covers on Instagram, helped Mae get her first music industry attention. Fast forward through a whirlwind 18 -month period and she’s released two EPs – After Hours (which includes “Busy Tone“) & Frankly (which includes her breakout single “Jenny”). Influenced by the likes of H.E.R and Julia Michaels, Mae describes music as her weapon. “I won’t write a sad song, I’ll write a bad bitch thing like ‘I’m going to fuck your life up’. It’s my way of feeling strong”. Mae’s unfolding sound is quickly becoming affiliated with female unity, a common theme heard throughout her music.

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